restricted access   Volume 15, Number 2, 2017

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

From Here to There

pp. V-VI


The Women of Things Fall Apart, Speaking from a Different Perspective: Chimamanda Adichie's Headstrong Storytellers

pp. 307-329

Polygamous Postcolonialism and Transnational Critique in Tess Onwueme's The Reign of Wazobia

pp. 330-352

Motherhood as Activism in the Angolan People's War, 1961–1975

pp. 353-381

Travelin’ Women: Black Feminist Migrations, Diasporas, and Cosmopolitanisms

Section Editors' Introduction

pp. 382-388

Eusebia Cosme and Black Womanhood on the Transatlantic Stage

pp. 389-411

The International Engagements of Working-Class Jamaican Women: Listening to Louise Bennett and Her Routes Women

pp. 412-434

And so I Write You: Practices in Black Women's Diaspora

pp. 435-463

Triangular Voyages: Locating the Transnational Caribbean Woman in Paule Marshall's "To Da-duh, in Memoriam"

pp. 464-490

The City-Child's Quest: Spatiality and Sociality in Paule Marshall's The Fisher King

pp. 491-506

An Interesting Woman: A Conversation with Andrea Lee

pp. 507-517


M is for Move (scenes from three lifetimes)

pp. 518-519

Transatlantic Time Travel Poem in Five Channels: after M. NourbeSe Philip & Kerry James Marshall, "Voyager"

pp. 521-524